unalterable

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un- +‎ alterable

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unalterable (comparative more unalterable, superlative most unalterable)

  1. incapable of changing or being altered
    • ca. 1909, Mark Twain, Letters from the Earth, Letter VIII:
      ... every statute in the Bible and in the law books is an attempt to defeaat a law of God—in other words an unalterable and indestructible law of nature.
  2. irrevocable or irreversible

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